And the Winner is…

Well  it was a really tough decision and I like different images for different reasons and we have to remember everyone has their own editing tastes, which is a good thing. But after thinking all day, it came down to who made the image mostly as “I saw” which of course would have been a hard thing to guess.

But, The winner is…

Brian Randklev

 Great job Brian.

If you can just email me and let me know what prize you would like and your address

A 12 x 18 print of:

  • Your version Image
  • My Version of the image- Signed
  • Any one of my images at Fine Art America – Signed

Thanks to everyone that participated.

Just one final word. I’m a little mad at myself because I should have given you a better image to work on. It wasn’t shot great at all and that made it harder than necessary to produce a good image. Next time I think I will give an image that I know for sure was shot better and could produce a better image. Thanks again to you all for taking the time and having some fun with me.



Oh Yeah, This is my version, Not particularly happy with it. Was hoping to work more on it today but I was sick for most of the day…No excuses, it is what it is.



  1. Miguel Palaviccini February 26, 2012 at 8:10 pm #

    Great job Brian! I like the natural tones that Brian was able to extract. Peter … are you going to share how you got to your image. It would be a nice exercise (at least for me) to go through what you did. Thanks for putting this together. Would definitely like to try my hand at another one (even if there isn’t a prize). Maybe it can be a weekly thing?

    • Peter February 26, 2012 at 8:21 pm #

      Yes, I forgot that part. Where would I be without you Miguel? 🙂

  2. Brian February 26, 2012 at 8:12 pm #

    Thank You, wow I am really excited to win.

  3. Duane February 27, 2012 at 5:08 am #

    Congrats Brian!

    Great job to everyone.

  4. Ann Higgens February 27, 2012 at 4:21 pm #

    Congratulations, Brian!
    Like Duane said, nice job everyone, I really enjoyed seeing all the different versions of the same shot.
    I, too, would love this to be a regular feature, I really had fun doing it.

  5. JBowman March 3, 2012 at 3:46 am #

    Congrats Brian!

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